Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

Letters to the Editor

April 19, 2013

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Appreciates support

To the Editor: The following deserve huge thanks for helping make Mildred High School’s Casino Masquerade Prom Night a magnificent success:

The Administration, Faculty, and Staff of Mildred

The Office Ladies of Mildred

Brandon and Natalie Tackett

Greg and Janet Gummult

Darrell and Melissa O’Sullivan

Bobby and Melanie Bland

Shane and Gwenna Farmer

Danissa Jones

Raymond Linex

Laura Adamson and the Junior Class Parents

Julie Waller

Tiffany Morgan

Students of Ms. Bottoms’ classes for making the masques

The Donations Committee:  Shelby Adamson, Taylor Arnett, and Raeleigh Bottoms

The following business allowed the students to have many door prizes for the evening’s event:

Anytime Fitness, Lott’s, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Office Depot, Cinergy Cinema, Chili’s, Reflective Image, Maui Tan, Bangadang’s Hair Salon, Tracy’s Hair Salon and Spa, Cassady’s & Jennifer Ovalle of Cassady’s, Shear Perfection & Sabrina Zamzow, Owner, Carl White Chevrolet, Express Care Valvoline, Vintage Farmhouse, Cowgirl Click, Tangles:  Brittany Reed & Lauren Dixon, and Cotton Patch.

Special thanks to the other prom committee members:  Meredith Johnston, Aaron Tidwell, and Robin White and Mr. Baker, High School Principal

The kids had a great time at prom this year thanks to all of the people who pulled together to help make it all happen.

Sherrie Bottoms and Prom Committee 2013

 

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